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|Murder She Wrote - The Complete Third Season|
Actors: Angela Lansbury, William Windom
Genres: Comedy, Drama, Television, Mystery & Suspense
Get ready to open another chapter of TV?s most beloved crime series, Murder, She Wrote, with all 22 entertaining episodes from The Complete Third Season! Acclaimed actress Angela Lansbury won a Golden Globe for Best Actres... more »
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(5 out of 5 stars)
"Universal is coming to their senses and releasing the series quicker than I thought. Season three is my favorite season, as it depicts Jessica confined to bed in "Crossed Up," and in Comstock, Idaho, in one of my favorite episodes, "The Cemetery Vote." Below is the lineup, from the "Unofficial Murder She Wrote Casebook." Universal, keep the series coming.
Death Stalks the Big Top (parts 1 and 2)
One White Rose for Death
Corned Beef and Carnage
Dead Man's Gold
Deadline for Murder
Magnum on Ice
Obituary for a Dead Anchor
Night of the Headless Horseman
The Corpse Flew First Class
Murder in a Minor Key
The Bottom Line is Murder
Death Takes a Dive
Simon Says, Color Me Dead
No Laughing Matter
No Accouting for Murder
The Cemetery Vote
The Days Dwindle Down
Murder She Spoke"
About previous versions.
Sarah Matthews | Bethlehem, PA USA | 03/13/2006
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Hello everyone, I am a avid fan of Murder She Wrote and I love that they came out on DVD. I can't wait to recieve the latest season.
Now about the previous comments about the last season DVDs. Now on the first set I watch all the episodes without no problem. When it came to Season 2, I had pixelization on one episode on the second DVD and a pause and going no further on at least two episodes on the last DVD.
Now let me tell you a solution and how wonderful amazon.com is. I sent an email to customer service about my problem. They replied saying that they will send me a new set, at no charge to me. They told to watch the new set and see if the same things would occur and if not to send the defective set back to them, and they will pay postage.
I said to myself, YEAH!, I don't have to pay for them to ship me one or for me to ship it back to them. Now with the second set, the things did not occurred that happened with the first set. If you are having trouble, email Amazon and they will help you. They did it for me.
Thanks for reading. :)"
Murder, She Wrote: Season Three
Joseph Haggard Jr. | 03/30/2006
(5 out of 5 stars)
"It took me only two weeks to watch all 22 episodes of "Murder, She Wrote" - The Complete Third Season. And my review is basically the same as it was with seasons one and two: just more mystery fun with Angela Lansbury as famed mystery author and crime solver Jessica Fletcher.
Familiar faces from the little screen to the big screen stopped by for guest appearences in season three, including recent "Syriana" Oscar winner George Clooney, past Oscar winners Ernest Borgnine ("The Poseidon Adventure") and Martin Balsam ("Psycho"), "Friends" alum Courtney Cox Arquette, "Brady Bunch" veterans Florence Henderson and Barry Williams, veteran comic Buddy Hackett, and "Naked Gun" star Leslie Nielsen. Other guest stars include: Gloria Stuart ("Titanic"), G.W. Bailey ("Police Academy"), Tess Harper ("Tender Mercies"), Jessica Walter ("Arrested Development"), Hayley Mills ("The Parent Trap"), Bill Macy ("Maude"), Genie Francis ("General Hospital"), Dinah Manoff ("Empty Nest"), and Harry Morgan ("M*A*S*H"). Three stars from the "Star Trek" TV shows turned up for guest appearences: George Takei (the original "Star Trek" series), LeVar Burton ("Star Trek: The Next Generation"), and Kate Mulgrew ("Star Trek: Voyager"). Erin Moran, best known for playing Joannie on the popular '70s sitcom "Happy Days", guest starred in the third episode of season three titled "Unfinished Business", which reunited her with "Happy Days" co-star Tom Bosley, who had a reoccuring role during the first couple of seasons of "Murder, She Wrote" as Amos Tupper, the sheriff of Jessica Fletcher's hometown of Cabot Cove, Maine (I've very much enjoyed Bosley's appearences on "Murder, She Wrote" as well as William Windom's reoccuring appearences as Cabot Cove doctor Seth Hazlitt). And in an interesting scenario, Tom Selleck and John Hillerman turn up in their "Magnum P.I." roles as part of a cross-over episode, with this particular storyline starting out on an episode of "Magnum P.I." (which was in its seventh season) and concluding with an episode of "Murder, She Wrote" (episode #8 to be exact). That episode of "Magnum P.I." is featured as a bonus on season three of "Murder, She Wrote".
The "Magnum P.I."/"Murder, She Wrote" cross-over episodes (titled "Novel Connection" and "Magnum on Ice") were a favorite of mine. Other great episodes from season three include: "Death Stalks the Big Top" parts 1 and 2, "Unfinished Business", "Obituary For A Dead Anchor", "The Corpse Flew First Class", "Crossed Up", "Simon Says, Color Me Dead", "No Laughing Murder", "No Accounting For Murder", and "Murder, She Spoke".
"Murder, She Wrote" season three is great fun for fans of mystery and crime, and Lansbury is wonderful as usual. I'm sure the fun will continue with season four!
Third Time is a Charm
Fletcherfan | Douglasville, GA United States | 12/31/2005
(5 out of 5 stars)
"I am very excited that Universal has stepped up its releases for Murder, She Wrote. I have just finished watching the first and second season in chronology and can not wait for season 3. The series just keeps getting better. Death Stalks the Big Top is a particular favorite as Jackie Cooper plays her long lost brother in law. Ever the Fletcherfan, I recommend this series if you enjoy mysteries. Angela Lansbury is delightful as are her guests."